can make this a competitive race. but he's going to have to be better than he has been for sure. and the president on that fairness stuff, he's been making if and not winning the day with the republicans in congress, winning it with the public, a presidential election gives him a chance to get the public on his side and win in politics, which he's to the been able to do in washington rses one of the big issues last night as we saw was immigration. does immigration in a general election cut against a nominee named mitt romney. >> yes, because he has gone, i think, far further than he needed in taking positions that wl really alienate hispanic voters. you talk back to the map as david was, colorado, north carolina, virnia, some of the southwestern states, romney is going to need to substantially improve his standing with hispanic voters if he is thnominee. >> this is a stark political reality. we saw it in play in 2010, in california. meg whitman with all the money in the world, was forced by primary opponent who had one issue, and the one issue was, i don't know what to do with the immigrants but you know something really draconian.